Fandango’s Provocative Question #137

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Have you ever been to a clothing-optional (nude) venue, such as a beach, resort, club, party, etc? If so, what did you think of the experience? Would you do it again? If not, would you ever consider going to a clothing-optional gathering? Why or why not?

I have never been to a place such as this and I am not sure I ever would go. The thing is this, if you want to walk around nude or swim or whatever that is fine but I really don’t feel like hanging out playing cards naked, for instance, just to say I play cards naked. Also, I really don’t see the point. Yes, so you are free from judgement of superficial belongings but going just to be naked seems like it is, I don’t know…I don’t want to sit in a restaurant after someone’s bare ass has just sat in a chair and if you are going to walk around with a towel to cover yourself why not just wear clothes? I guess it just seems pointless to me to go to a party, take off your clothes, and then stand around doing the same thing you would be doing at a regular party.

8 thoughts on “Fandango’s Provocative Question #137

  1. I’m all for going naked where possible, and appropriate, but not swimming in the ocean …
    Many years ago now I went body-surfing in the Pacific Ocean (the bit that bumps up against Australia) with a bunch of friends, and, to cut a long story short, ended up getting caught in a bit of a rip, and had my tender and naked skin scraped through a very abrasive bit of gravel at the bottom of the curl. Gravel-rash from chin to knees!

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